NoCodeAPI lets you create APIs without any backend development. It lets you integrate with multiple applications like Google Sheet, Airtable, Google Analytics etc.
Getting started with NoCodeAPI
NoCodeAPI has both free and premium plans. If you’re just getting started, you can try the free plan before moving onto a premium plan.
Once you have registered, go to the Marketplace. You can then look for the option which you want to use.
To use the WordPress API, the first thing that you need to do is add your WordPress JSON API endpoint.
Once your API is created, you can test the API.
Please note that this would only work if your WordPress REST API is enabled. A few site admins do prefer to keep the REST API in WordPress disabled in order to mitigate any potential DDoS attack.
Other than WordPress API, you can also check out the other APIs which are pretty straightforward to use.